The Revelation of Uranus in One Piece Chapter 1083
The Revelation of Uranus in One Piece Chapter 1083

The Revelation of Uranus in One Piece Chapter 1083

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One Piece Chapter 1083 has finally revealed one of the ancient weapons, Uranus, being brought by Gorosei and a massive naval fleet to the island of Egghead to hunt down Vegapunk and the Straw Hat Pirates. The appearance of Gorosei and the navy fleet on Egghead was already a surprise, but the revelation of Uranus as one of the most powerful weapons made the situation even more dire.

Upon Gorosei’s arrival on Egghead, Kizaru was commanded to prepare for battle, and Gorosei made a signal for Uranus to be deployed. The Topi Jerami crew, on the other hand, already found the injured Vegapunk and took him to the Sunny Go ship to treat his wounds before they escaped Egghead. Vegapunk also gave an order to the Seraphims to destroy themselves so that Gorosei couldn’t use them to pursue them.

However, even though Vegapunk managed to destroy the Seraphims, Gorosei still had Uranus as his trump card. In Chapter 1083, Gorosei activated Uranus without hesitation, targeting Vegapunk and the Straw Hat Pirates. The first shot was avoided by Jinbei, but the second one hit Sunny Go and made Luffy and the ship powerless.

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The event was shocking to the people around Egghead as Gorosei basically took down Luffy and Vegapunk with ease, with not even a single drop of sweat on his forehead. The use of Uranus as a weapon made everyone realize that the situation had escalated to a whole new level of danger.

In conclusion, One Piece Chapter 1083 might have brought a lot of revelations, but the appearance and use of Uranus were undoubtedly the highlights. The situation for Vegapunk and the Straw Hat Pirates became even more desperate, and the readers were left wondering what the future holds for them.

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